Report Writing

Class 14 are currently typing news reports on our Purple Mash platform. The children have been working on their Oliver Twist based news reports across the past week and completed their special write yesterday. Now they must work in pairs to verbalise, edit and improve their pieces. This opportunity to Read more…

Writing in Year 6

Class 14 have been constructing a news report this week based on the struggles of Oliver Twist. We have focused on the scene where Oliver escapes the undertakers, having being sold to them by the workhouse he was born in to. Year 6 are presenting the facts and expanding upon Read more…

Super Maths!

Class 14 have come back to school after Christmas full of enthusiasm and positivity. Our new block of learning in Maths is Decimals. Today the children are multiplying and dividing decimals by 10, 100 & 1000.  

Merry Christmas from Class 14

Thank you to all parents, families and friends who came and supported the children at the KS2 Carol Concert. The end of term is nearly with us and the class are celebrating together, playing games and even doing a bit of dancing!


Class 14 designed, made and sold snowman jars at the school Christmas Markets on Friday. We sold out entirely of our jars and would like to thank all the friends and families who bought one. 

Geometry in Year 6

Class 14 are currently in the midst of their ‘Geometry: Position and Direction’ learning journey. Today the class are drawing their own four quadrant grids and plotting given coordinates to make shapes.

Enterprise Week

Class 14 have been working hard during Enterprise Week so far. We are creating snowman jars and these will be available to buy at Friday’s Christmas Markets. We hope to see you there!

WW1 Report Writing

Class 14 have been studying and practicing implementing the features of non-chronological report writing. Our topic for this report is World War One – based upon our text Private Peaceful. Today the class are writing their final draft, bringing together all of the features following their reading and research. Tomorrow Read more…

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